I didn't to be She added last night: "It's true she was a latchkey kid
but she was only ever alone because I had in a just felt had to work.
Making a welcome return to the spotlight, he's launching his excellent new solo LP, The Latchkey Kid
, at this intimate hometown show.
He is also the author of "A Latchkey Kid
's Take on Modern Cinema," a collection of essays and reviews that examines the works of more than 120 directors of contemporary and classic films.
Speaking as a former latchkey kid
, I "may" have been "endangered" any of the times I walked home from school along a busy street, cut through a construction site on the way, decided whether to buy Pixy Stix with the money my father had given me for a haircut, met up with friends for innocent mischief, and then returned home to an empty apartment to do homework.
She had been a latchkey kid
on a Vienna housing estate, who came home alone and went to bed when her mother Brigitta was still out.
I made a joke earlier in this column about being a latchkey kid
. And, while it's true, I did enter an empty house and stare ET-like into an open fridge on weekday afternoons, my mom made the seemingly impossible a reality.
After the second time, a dear friend gave me a lanyard and I began to wear them around my neck, a latchkey kid
at the age of 55.
As my mum worked Tuesday to Saturday I was a latchkey kid
and on Saturdays, I was farmed to my aunty and older female cousins, Tat and Ken who were ace.
Jojo (Lens) is a latchkey kid
roaming the fields of his neighborhood with the careening energy of a reluctant loner.
A self-described latchkey kid
, Lowe and his brother spent hours watching movies in their California home, and when Lowe had money to invest, he put it in entertainment.
At one point, near the end of the video, Leckey intrudes, uncovered, and leaves a note on the fridge door like a latchkey kid
. "I sink myself and stand in brotherly relationship to my neighbour, to everything in this place," it reads.
Raised in San Diego by his mother, who was deserted by her alcoholic husband and was devoted to the Salvation Army, Ted was embarrassed by her religious zeal and had a strained relationship with her; he was essentially a latchkey kid
who spent his time playing baseball and practicing his swing with a broomstick.